Shadows is an improvisation inspired film about interracial relations during the Beat Generation years in New York City, and was written and directed by John Cassavetes. The film stars Ben Carruthers, Lelia Goldoni, Hugh Hurd, and Anthony Ray. Many film scholars consider Shadows one of the highlights of independent film in the U.S. In 1960 the film won the Critics Award at the Venice Film Festival.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:81 minutes
  • Release:1959
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   fight,  

Cassavetes' jazz-scored improvisational film explores interracial friendships and relationships in Beat-Era (1950s) New York City. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Shadows torrent reviews

Hoan L (mx) wrote: Emotional. The ending is not done well, though

Amirul H (nl) wrote: a pleasant movie to be watched, great acting on Jennifer Connelly

Jason D (br) wrote: I am a fan of Joseph Gordon-Levitt but I really feel like this was NOT one of his best performances. I felt no energy in this movie. From the plot, the actors, the writing, it was all just so dull. The whole thing was just very mediocre.I think I didn't find this movie was supposed to be funny, but I didn't even laugh once. I do think the film could have had a lot of potential, I just didn't feel like the film-makers put enough effort on this.

Dave M (mx) wrote: This looks interesting. Though maybe because it has the same title as my favourite Louis Andriessen piece.

Marshall L (fr) wrote: For a reboot (remake) this film shows just as much style and energy as the original. There's no real resolution to it (maybe it was intended to start a franchise?) but it blew the doors off everything else that was out that year. the one thing that's missing is that it's not a buddy movie. There's too much plot and too much squinting for that. Still, it's a great way to kill a Saturday afternoon.

CB M (de) wrote: Devout to its journey's cause thanks to superb lead performances and a wonderful screenplay by Payne and Jim Taylor, Sideways is just like an excellent pinot: rich in many wonderful flavours, capturing middle-life's joyful highs and painful lows.

Dan G (br) wrote: bad movie. I knew I recognized the black guy from somewhere "Yo, y'all *nwords act tough like Bokeem Woodbine / Until you get slapped like Penny from Good Times", the russian chick was fine in the movie though.

RiP M (fr) wrote: Splashy portrait of the legendary diva, with a majestic performance by Fanny Ardant, but lesser than its stage counterpart, "Master Class".

Philip O (kr) wrote: Probably the most interesting/nastiest docu-short I've ever seen.

Stanley C (ag) wrote: The plot is entirely as juvenile as was the audience for the TV Show's golden old episodes, yet works well especially by the live-action climatic ending of the film which should have been longer and Plankton able to escape his cliche role as a villain so that he can get to a new height of characterization in this specially-theatrical released SpongeBob story, serving that this movie can do better than the show's lackluster episodes post-2004, although it still lacks the same irony and constructive plot lines that colored the older episodes of the show.

Caitlin L (ag) wrote: The action is good. I laughed at some of the impossible scenarios that came up.

Wendi M (mx) wrote: Started slow but got interesting. Some really good parts, some corny - but over-all decent.